Current status: Closed
This consultation ran from December 12, 2022 to February 15, 2023.
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada launched the consultations to help guide the development of the Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership.
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We continue working with the agriculture sector on the Sustainable Canadian Agriculture Strategy. A What We Heard Report will be made available later this Spring.
The Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership (Sustainable CAP), formerly referred to as the Next Policy Framework, is a five-year (2023–2028) investment by federal, provincial and territorial (FPT) governments to strengthen and grow Canada's agriculture and agri-food sector. It will replace the Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP), which ends March 31, 2023.
FPT governments have and will continue to consult with Canadians, including stakeholders such as producers, processors, Indigenous communities, women in agriculture, youth, environmental organizations, and small and emerging sectors to develop the successor Partnership.
Initial consultations on the Sustainable CAP sought stakeholder feedback on both current and potential challenges and opportunities facing the sector and on prospective priorities and vision for the Partnership.
Ongoing consultations on the Sustainable CAP have been focused on seeking stakeholder input on how to realize the priorities articulated in the Guelph Statement, and their desired outcomes, and recommendations to inform the policies and programs to be implemented under the Sustainable CAP.
Federal, Provincial and Territorial (FPT) Ministers of Agriculture reach a new partnership agreement and inject new funds to support the sector.
The Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership (Sustainable CAP) is the official name of the Next Policy Framework as agreed by FPT Ministers of Agriculture on July 22, 2022.
On November 10 2021, Canada's FPT Ministers of Agriculture agreed on the sustainable agriculture approach needed to help shape the S-CAP, which includes environmental, social and economic considerations in all priority areas. Their shared vision is described in the Guelph Statement.